A day in the Cotswolds – Daylesford

Sometimes it’s nice to escape the busy hustle and bustle of city life and what better place to retreat to than the Cotswolds. Leafy and home to a lot of labradors it makes for the perfect weekend getaway or even … Continue reading

A Mix-Up, A Bush Baby, A Bite

The East coast beaches of Zanzibar are renowned for being the best on the island. Whether it was friends, my guide book or a sun-faded posters with curling corners in Stone Town, everything and everyone said ‘Go East’. We had … Continue reading

Discovering Stone Town

Steeped in history and a cultural hotspot, Stone Town is a firm favourite in the ‘top picks’ list in guidebooks of Tanzania. Yet, if recent news is to go by, it seems to also be the creator of all of … Continue reading

Rosa’s Thai Cafe

Anything within a small radius of Liberty is always worth trying out and Rosa’s Thai Cafe is no exception. Tucked away in a street off Carnaby Street and set back from the hustle and bustle of Regent Street is this … Continue reading

Parklife

I took these pictures a month or so ago when I was in London and in the excitement of London Fashion Week, Vogue and lots of food I forgot to put them up! But here they are. When I return … Continue reading

A Homemade Mexican Feast

Since trying proper Mexican street food in Brighton (or as proper as you can get without flying to Mexico!) I have been dying to try out some Mexican recipes for myself. After planning a date and purchasing nearly all of … Continue reading

Dinner In A Shed

The other week I was to have dinner in a shed…but this is by no means any old shed. The Tramshed– Shoreditch’s answer to those fussy diners who only ever pick chicken or steak and bypass anything pretentious or fancy … Continue reading